Wheeler, a Novel

Wheeler is currently being re-edited and will be relaunching soon. 

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‘Wind, rain, and thunder, remember, earthly man
is but a substance that must yield to you.’
William Shakespeare, Pericles, Act 2, Scene 1

Loren Mackenzie has spent much of her life honing her body to overcome the physical challenges of being a professional cyclist in the European peloton. She has also refined the control of her mind, using her emotions in competition to become an elite cyclist. When an accident at the Philadelphia International Cycling Classic sidelines her team captain, Loren must rise to the challenge of leading her team to victory, but to also face the sting of defeat, together.

After a chance meeting with a famous actor, a whirlwind romance develops quickly, and what seems like the perfect relationship threatens to unravel Loren’s tightly wound life. The microscope of media attention dredges up her fears that details of her tragic past will be unearthed; secrets she has kept buried, even from those closest to her.

As the Women’s World Tour continues with races across Europe, a predator stalks Loren, conspiring to not only put her chances at the World Championship in jeopardy but also force her to confront the phantoms haunting her mind.

Can Loren face the trauma of her past and vanquish the demons within, or will betrayal and obsession ultimately defeat her?



4 thoughts on “Wheeler, a Novel

  1. Sara – I FLEW through your book. I really really enjoyed it – and I learned enough about Cycling that I’m thinking I may watch some of the women’s events (the men bore the crap out of me).

    Thank you so much – it was a real pleasure to meet and talk with you.

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